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|'CPM not inimical to religion'
Milli Gazette Online
Kozhikode: “The CPM has never opposed any religion. Its members have been absorbed from all sections of society,” said the party state secretary Pinarayi Vijayan. Speaking at all-India students' meet on the concluding day of the three-day anniversary meet of Markazu Ssaquafathi Ssunniyya at Karanthur in Kozhikode on February 27, he said, “Had the communists been anti-religion, they would have been isolated in the state.” The party has only questioned the communalisation of the majority community. The fact is that majority communalism has resulted in minority communalism. Religious minorities had misunderstood the CPI(M) earlier. But now the situation has changed, as more and more people from the minority communities were being attracted to the party. Those misusing religion for their own interests are behind the propaganda that communists are anti-religion, Mr. Vijayan said. He lauded the endeavours of the Sunni leader Kanthapuram A.P. Aboobaker Musaliar for his educational and social activities of
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